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Friday, October 27, 2023

Father Celebrates End Of Daughters Deceptive Marriage

Children are too precious to be Joked with......


A father in Jharkhand, India, has organised a grand celebration to welcome his daughter back home after a challenging marriage. The unique separation procession has become a social media sensation, shedding light on the complexities faced by women in traditional societies.


Sakshi Gupta, daughter of Prem Gupta, entered into matrimony with an engineer in April 2022, only to discover that her husband had an existing marriage.
Faced with the harsh realities of an unviable marriage, Sakshi turned to her father for support. He not only stood firmly behind her decision to end the marriage but went a step further to celebrate her return.

Prem organised a grand procession with drums, fireworks, and bursting firecrackers as Sakshi left her in-laws' home.

The extravagant event termed a 'separation baraat' (procession), is making waves on social media for its progressive stance in a society that often clings to traditional values.
Expressing his sentiments on Facebook, Prem emphasised the importance of treating daughters with respect and honour, especially when faced with the challenges of a failed marriage.

"When your daughter’s marriage is done with great pomp and show, and if the spouse and family turns out to be wrong or do wrong, bring your daughter back to your home with respect and honor because daughters are very precious," he wrote.

37 comments:

  1. What a great and super hero dad!
    Wonderful parents.
    I celebrate with them too.
    May their precious daughter finds a deserving man.

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    1. When I first saw and read the news, I smiled.

      Indians are waking up. Correct papa

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  2. The man na correct man. If it were in Nigeria , it's the parents that will tell you not to come back home, that you should remain in the marriage and endure.

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  3. Wow! God bless him,he is such a good father.

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  4. WINNER, YES I AM!27 October 2023 at 13:39

    The world 🌍 is changing. Strange things are happening and more strange occurrences are still bound to happen.

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  5. What a great dad, I applaud you, Papa

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  6. I think it's better Nigerian parents stick to this instead of welcoming back their sons/daughters in body bags

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  7. Welcome home dear daughter. I follow celebrate your home coming

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  8. Way to go jare, Marriage is not a do or die especially when abuse is involved.

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  9. I watched the video, and it made me smile to know her Dad had her back.

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  10. He's a super dad. Not every man would be courageous enough to do what he did.

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    1. courage ke? its a patriachal society like naija. He will be celebrated, its his daughter and her mum that will be gossipped in their temple& other events just like here.

      But am happy for the man celebration, as it made international news instead of the usual honor killing and rape news headlines from india

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  11. My idle kind of father for my children..
    God bless you Sir πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  12. wow. so rare based on Indian culture and what they represent

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  13. Look at the same people condemning Taiwo for freeing herself from the clutches of that narcissist, applauding this! If Dotun loved his kids so much, he would have done right by their mother. People end marriages amicably but no o, he was thinking he would use their kids to continue to control her. I bet he is loving selling his victim pie to you gullible people.

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  14. Daughters are indeed precious

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  15. Great father. The world has really changed. Unlike in those days that parents even prefer the daughter died in an abusive marriage than leaving your husband house. They believe it brings shame to the family.

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  16. Nothing compared to parents love. I love this father already. Make I go look for the video watch.

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  17. Nice to read that this happened in India of all places.
    Way to go.

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  18. Amazing Daddy, Redefining End of a Marriage.

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  19. I left my marriage. The day my in-laws came to terminate the marriage. My family cooked there was much to eat and drink. We fed our inlaws so much gave them take aways.
    They said they've never seen where a child is returned and her family is happy and celebrating. My dad would do exactly what this father here did. My father did it for me. My mom says I am her hero, my dad agrees I am a hero,my family treat me as such.
    It's so important that girls return alive rather than dead.

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    1. God bless you and your family and I pray you have the happiness you crave for. Some families are hell. People that have such great families should always celebrate them. That is unique in Nigeria

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    2. Good bless your family.

      For your former in-laws to eat to the point of even accepting the takeaways... I'm glad you are free from their environment.

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  20. Maybe a case of dowry fraud. Glad they took back their daughter. Hope they took back the dowry.

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  21. I don’t know what a newlywed woman is supposed to do with a man who is already married unknown to her. So happy her folks welcomed her back with open arms.

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  22. This is just like my father. Rest in peace daddy you stood by me when everyone rejected me including my mum, I love you so much daddy.( Have been crying for 32 yrs bcos I miss him so much).

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  23. We had a training on sexual & reproductive rights & one of our facilitators narrated how the sister gave birth twice thru CS & she was advised for medical reasons not get pregnant again but his husband no send & because of that he helped her sister to seek for divorce. He said that the sister is even looking better now & that he loves his sister & can't afford to lose her.
    Things are really changing. I love it

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  24. Anon 12.17 thank you I appreciate.

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